Snow blankets parts of Bay Area 

Snow has blanketed the Bay Area’s highest peaks Thursday as stormy weather continues throughout the region.

The snow level has reached 2,500 feet, National Weather Service forecaster Steve Anderson said.

Parts of northeastern Sonoma County have already received 8 to 10 inches of snow, according to reports from Geysers Road in Mercuryville, Anderson said.

Skyline Boulevard at state Highway 9 near Saratoga received 3 to 4 inches of snow and the area is forecast to see a mixture of rain and snow throughout the afternoon, Anderson said.

National Weather Service radar technicians reported 3 inches of snow at the peak of Mount Umunhum at 3,500 feet and it is also believed to be snowing atop Mount Tamalpais and Mount Diablo.

“All the higher peaks in the Bay Area are seeing snow at this time,” Anderson said.

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